On To The Next One: Lou Williams
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, The NBA’s 2014-2015 Sixth Man of the Year, Toronto guard Lou Williams, has signed with agent Wallace Prather of Perennial Sports and Entertainment as his free agency is rapidly approaching. Williams was previously represented by Leon Rose of Creative Artists Agency.
Although the soon-to-be free agent will have his choosing of NBA teams, he said towards the end of the season that he wanted to re-sign with the Raptors and was optimistic the two parties could work out a deal. Under Rose’s representation, Williams signed a 3-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks in 2012. After tearing his ACL in his first season under that contract, he struggled to regain form and was traded to Toronto last June.
Wallace Prather’s clients include Derrick Favors, Jordan Adams, Anthony Morrow, and Josh Smith (along with Brian Dyke of Shibumi Sports). Prather is the Executive VP of Basketball at Perennial Sports and Entertainment, and has nearly a decade of experience in player representation. He has represented multiple first round draft choices and free agent players.